publisher yourself. the post says it's closing the last domestic bureaus it has in the united states. the bureaus are new york, los angeles and chicago. they say the bureaus will be closed at the end of the year. the editor is mosquito kwoeted as saying the basic fact is we can recovery the rest of the country from washington. as which i remember and editor in chief of u.s. news and world report, publisher of the "new york daily news," how would you greet that news? >> let me put it this way. i've been telling everybody that the print publishing business is s an oxymoron. it's sumpbing from the loss of advertising. when you're in that kind of position and you can't manufacture the revenue, you've got to cut costs. it doesn't mean the bureaus aren't valuable. but when you have no choice but to reduce cost somewhere, this is probably the decision we made. we can afford or better afford to reduce our bureaus. u.s. news used to have five overseas, 11 overseas bureaus depending on where it was, when it was. the real driver is you have to cut costs. look at the losses "the washington post"